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Help Repeal the Medicare Physical Therapy Cap

The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and fellow members of the Therapy Cap Coalition, a group of almost 50 associations, organizations, patient and consumer groups, are working together to make sure Congress addresses the Medicare therapy cap before December 31, 2013.

APTA representatives have been a constant presence on Capitol Hill all year long, advocating for a permanent repeal of the Medicare therapy cap, but it’s crucial that legislators hear from their constituents. Thus, the Therapy Cap Coalition has created several coordinated grassroots opportunities to maximize impact.

Already, the coalition raised awareness with a 24-hour social media and e-mail effort on November 3, 60 days ahead of the expiration of the therapy cap exceptions process. But your help is still needed!
Take Action TODAY!!!

Use e-mail and social media to flood Congress with messages on December 2, 30 days ahead of the expiration of the therapy cap exceptions process.

Ask your legislators to permanently fix the therapy cap or at the very least extend the exceptions process by December 31, 2013.

E-mail :Send a prewritten e-mail to your legislators using APTA’s Legislative Action Center (members) or Patient Action Center (nonmembers).

Download the APTA Action app (members and nonmembers). Search “APTA Action” in the Apple or Google Play app stores to download the app, then select the “Action Center” button to e-mail your legislators.

Urge at least one friend or family member to use the Patient Action Center to send a prewritten e-mail to their legislators.

We at Legacy Physical Therapy know how beneficial physical therapy can be for our patients. We do not want the therapy cap to limit patient’s ability to receive quality care here. Please take a minute to contact your legislator today!!

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Brooke Kalisiak

Legacy Physical Therapy

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